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for the next week, we are wringing you updates on some of the most competitive races for statewide offices. one close contest is the democratic battle for the lieutenant governor's seat. >> four candidates are competing to face dan forest in november. our capital bureau chief laura leslie has a lack at the candidates. >> reporter: the most familiar name of the four is linda coleman. she ran for lieutenant governor in 2012 but anwr owely lost to republican dan forest. she is a former wake county commission are, state lawmaker and state personnel director. coleman's campaign is focusing on restoring cuts to education funding. another candidate who has won several endorsements is holly jones. she is a buncombe county commission are and former asheville city commissionerment joan is running on a platform of defending local government state government overreach. she is also campaigning on clean energy. ronald new top is the third candidate. he is a tax attorney and financial advisor who teach at durham tech.
the jurors but has not held public office before. he is running a variety of issues from environmental concerns to fighting poverty and expanding medicaid. the fourth candidate is retired assistant secretary of state robert wilson. he worked in set government in various roles for 30 years but has not held a located office in the past. his campaign issues include expanding the port at wilmington, expanding medicaid and raising the minimum wage. in previous primary elects, if no single candidate within more than 40% of the vote, the two top vote getters would compete in a runoff. but state lawmakers recently changed that rule for this election. that means whoever brings in the most votes will win the nomination outright. republican dan forest doesn't have a primary challenger for re-election. jy summerall is also running
challenger. time if a rematch between duke and carolina. blue devils open the bragging rights after a one-point win in chapel hill earlier this seasonment not only are the memories of that game really fresh for the heels, u this. c also playing for a conference championship. >> reporter: with a conference championship on the line, carolina has all the motivation the tarheels need this weekend but when you consider how the last duke-carolina game ended, this one means even more. >> it does tick you off a little bit more that you feel like you allowed one that you had pretty good shake at several time during the second half. >> reporter: two week ago, carolina led nearly the entire game against duke giving their one-point loss even more sting. >> it is hard to forget about what happened last time we played against them. so i think that aspect is definitely still there. >> it definitely bugs us the way they just kind of did the same thing over and over again
getting a foul or got a bucket at the end of the game. >> the tarheels have healthcast four straight games against duke. >> it has been bugging me. i mean we just wanted to do better. >> it is annoying. you get ticked off and a lot of other ways i can describe it as well. >> it has been a point of discussion in the locker room. we also realize there is nothing we can do about that. it is in the past. you can't go back an change it. we can change a lot about how we play tomorrow. >> just another reason this duke-carolina rivalry keep getting better and better. >> meanwhile, duke can play spoiler to unc's acc title hopes but they are also hoping to win and secure a better spot in the acc tournament. the blue devils would be a three or four seed way adouble bye and could clip to the five spot way loss.
one thing not up for debate is brice johnson who has been really tough to defend this season. brice scored 29 points, grabbed 19 boards last time the two teams played. yeah, unc lost that one but it wasn't because of the big man. the blue devils know they will have to hold him back to have a chance tomorrow. >> one of the main things is just troying to keep him off the boards -- trying to keep him off the boards. he is such a quick and aggressive jumper appear he is a great second jumper. and he plays above the rim. when the ball is up there, it is not fair. he has first dibs at it. >> the duke women in action against notre dame in the quarter finals of the ac c women's tournament. stevens the bright spot for the blue devils. he scores a game high 19. but notre dame pretty fantastic this year. nice passing leads to a mabry bucket.
the irish with five women in double digits. no shame for duke losing this one. nr state will play in the quarter final game tonight against sire excuse. pack lost to sir cruise by three the last time the two teams played in raleigh. tonight's game tips at #:00ment tomorrow's game, battle of the blues, 6:30. we are used to the 9:00 game. >> we'll have the coverage here after the game. >> we'll cut in as soon as the game is over. we'll talk to players and coaches and have lots of reaction from fans. >> it should be interesting. there could be a championship won tomorrow. we'll see. >> and they could one again in a couple of days. >> that's what's fun. >> duke could lose tomorrow and win the currentment next week. >> absolutely. >> thank you. and thank you for watching. coming up on nbc news with lester holt, stopping peanut allergies. what parents should be doing now that could prevent a lifetime of dangerous health complications for their
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